Moholoholo nestles on the slopes of Mariepskop, offering a breathtaking view of the towering mountains and vertical cliffs on one side, and the rolling savanna towards Kruger Park on the other.
Visitors to Moholoholo can experience both Lowveld woodland as well as indigenous mountainous rain forest without leaving the Game Farm.
Moholoholo is not situated on a Big 5 game reserve but it offers a unique experience for eco-tourists. It is host to a unique habitat for over 300 bird species including 34 species of raptors, and 5 primates, amongst them the very rare samango monkey.
Wildlife includes sable, waterbuck, kudu, eland, blue wildebeest, zebra, nyala, bushbuck, giraffe, warthog, bushpig, leopard, tsessebe, civet, serval, caracal, and many others.
Guided tours through Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre brings visitors in close contact with the rare and common species such as the lovely crowned and martial eagles, owls, vultures and a variety of raptors, serval, duiker, lions, leopard and many other animals and birds.
Moholoholo ("The Very Great One") is ideally situated for day excursions to the Kruger Park (Orpen Gate ± 60kms) Blyde River Canyon, Bourkes’s Luck Potholes, Pilgrims Rest, Graskop, Sabie, Khamai Reptile Park (15kms), Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre (16kms), Echo caves (±45kms) and Bombyx Mori Silk Farm (±6kms)Camps
* Moholoholo Forest Camp
- hidden in a luscious rain forest, below Mariepskop, offers full board accommodation.
* Moholoholo Ya Mati
- next to the Blyde River is the ideal venue for functions and also offers self-catering chalets
* Rehab centre - haven for the rehabilitation and care of abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife. Daily tours.Please Note
As the concept at Moholoholo is based on the environment and nature, we do not have a swimming pool, television, radios, telephones or any shopping facilities.Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
The Moholoholo Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is a home for many abandoned, injured and poisoned wildlife and a highly regarded contributor to wildlife education. This Centre is a non-profit organisation, relying completely on the support of the public.
The Centre contributes to the conservation and also facilitates a number of successful breeding programmes. A visit to the centre makes one conscious of the plight of wildlife in the modern world.
The centre offers day tours Mondays to Saturdays at 09h30 and 15h00.